Former Hollyoaks actor David Judge brings his autobiographical play ‘SparkPlug’ to HOME Manchester. Running from Feb 13 to April 13, the play explores ‘race, love and family’.
The monthly average across the region in 2013 was 1334 incidents, a ﬁgure which rose to 3106 in 2018.
Ian Hislop and Nick Newman bring comedy to the court in their play Trial By Laughter, now showing at The Lowry.
Forget curry mile, we want a slice of Indian elegance, so MM head to Dishoom on Bridge Street to sample their delights…
Neo-Soul to Minimal Techno: Apollonia, Jungle and Miller feature in February’s top five Manchester electronic gigs
Ah, February. The new-year malaise has almost all but worn off, supermarket aisles everywhere are ambushed with love hearts et al, and to top things off it’s really, really cold outside. Fear not however as MM look at five electronic scene gigs to warm your cockles.
February, along with January, is normally regarded as a ‘dump month’ in cinema.
MM’s Jarrod Kay goes on a one-man mission to try and find a cheap pint of Guinness.
‘His smile hid so much pain’: The tragic story of how depression claimed the life of a charismatic young veteran
“This is the face of depression.”
Manchester Airport has been one of the worst effected airports accounting for 22 of the most serious incidents reported in the past three years
Does cheese give you weird dreams? Does the cold give you a cold? MM investigates the facts behind old wives tales
We created a list of what we thought were the ‘10 worst offenders’ and headed down to the Manchester Beer and Cider Festival to find out what people thought.
A multitude of stalls lined the grand setting, with a variety of different drinks on offer, including beer, cider, perry’s, fruit wine and even a gin bar.